I saw a few clips of this on YouTube. It started off great with "Cinema" and "Leave It". I was also glad to hear the 1985 version of "Yours Is No Disgrace". "Owner of a Lonely Heart" and "Roundabout" also had a lot of energy. The Yes version of "Gimme Some Lovin'" is played very well.
Al fin Yes vino a Argentina. Años escuchando su musica y admirando al grupo desde la distancia. Por fin pude verlos en escena. Inmensa la figura de Jon al aparecer en el escenario. El concierto fue impecable desde todo punto de vista. Dieron una clase magistral de interpretacion musical. Nunca olvidare mi ansiedad previa y la satisfaccion final. A pesar de no ser la formacion clasica que me hubiera gustado ver, Trevor fue toda una revelacion para mi y el publico, hizo que por momentos nos olvidaramos de Steve. Todavia conservo el ticket de entrada.Gracias a Yes por existir, es el grupo que cambio mi vida
February 1, was filmed for air TV, and several copies went round the world. The whole show was included and even though the sound was mono, the quality of it is quite hifi.
Rock Notes On-Line Interview with Jon Anderson John Perry We were in Uraguay, approximately 10 years ago. We were going over to play in Argentina and we were the first English band to perform after the Falkland war...We had sold out a soccer stadium for 2 shows and it was right after the English sank an Argentinian ship sailing out of the war zone, killing about 1,000 soldiers. So there was this real depressive feeling that we were going to play there and have death threats against us. We had to be escorted into Argentina by private air force jet and were surrounded by 30 militia the whole trip. It was an extraordinary experience. We had to be kept in the hotel, we couldn't go out for fear of being shot at. I remember as we were walking onstage to play in front of 50,000 people, Chris Squire turned to me and said, "You know who they're going to shoot at first!" And I said, "Oh no, the singer!" I ran around that stage like crazy. The band played amazingly...playing under incredible duress that we were going to be shot at.